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Economic Development Alternatives in Baltimore & How We Get There

Sarah McKinley, our Manager of Community Development Programs, joins the Marc Steiner Show on Baltimore’s WEAA 88.9 FM for an episode of their month-long series Baltimore Uprising: One Year Later.

Sarah joins the discussion along with Kim Trueheart, longtime citizen activist and former candidate for Baltimore City Council President; Lawrence Grandpre, Assistant Director of Research and Public Policy for Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle; and Jeff Singer, community organizer, clinical social worker, public policy advocate, and founder and former Executive Director of Health Care for the Homeless.

Listen to the show here.

Publication date: 2016-05-09
Parent publication: WEAA 88.9 FM Baltimore
Publication URL: http://www.steinershow.org/features/baltimore-uprising/economic-development-alternatives-in-baltimore-how-we-get-there/

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